Internships furnish students with an academic as well as work experience and add an important experiential component to their education. Internship study in Anthropology is restricted to majors in their junior and senior years with an overall GPA of 3.25 or higher. Before applying for an internship (ANTH 4930: Anthropology Internship), students need to obtain a faculty sponsor, complete the Department of Anthropology’s application form as well as the College of Arts and Sciences’ Learning Objectives Contract. Complete information is available from the departmental office in Hale 350 or by calling (303) 492-2547 or emailing email@example.com.
A new program called CU in D.C. can be found at http://cuindc.colorado.edu. The program involves sending CU undergraduate students to Washington D.C. for a semester to do an internship and to take CU courses. Students have the opportunity to intern at government agencies/departments, nonprofit organizations, arts & cultural institutions, and businesses in the nation’s capital. Many of the internship opportunities relate to Anthropology for example interning at the Smithsonian Institute. For a list of internship possibilites, please check out their new program website at http://cuindc.colorado.edu.